Over the past several years Zeolite products have become very popular. They claim to remove heavy metals from the body safely and naturally.
Mike Adams, the Health Ranger and creator of NaturalNews (NN) has recently conducted extensive research which revealed some very interesting information about the claims, disproving them and discovering that in-fact, zeolite increases metal content in the body. Aluminium, in fact, goes off the charts with an increase by as much as 2100%.
In the article below you will find the hard data that proves these findings.
The short answer is NO. That’s right, none. But it does remove one very important contaminant, which is cesium. Cesium is a chemical element found in nuclear waste and is extremely reactive. NN hypothesizes that originally when this discovery was made the assumption that Zeolite removes all heavy metals was made without sufficient research. Of course, marketing took over, everyone else assumed that the research had been done and proceeded to grow the myth.
Along with NN, we at BodyHealth recommend stopping any further use of any Zeolite products if you’re using them now, and don’t start if you’re considering them. If you’re selling or prescribing Zeolite, we recommend you stop immediately and share with your customers and patients the dangers of Zeolite. Inform them that we’ve all been fooled.
This news can be frustrating to many, but we have good news. BodyHealth has a better alternative called Metal-Free™. Our product is backed by research proving Metal-Free to be effective. The results you get are actually quite impressive. Metal-Free creates a 3-way cage bond in the form of a peptide so it moves naturally through your body (unlike Zeolite) and will not “let go” distributing heavy metals in other locations in the body. Metal-Free helps the body get rid of metals through the stool not the kidneys, which is much more tolerable for the human body.
You can learn more about Metal-Free here: http://bodyhealth.com/products/metal-free
And here are some Breakthrough Case Reports on Metal-Free for your review:
In the nearly 8 years that my wife and I have lived in Colorado Springs, never have we seen the amount of road construction currently taking place. Whether it’s a main road or side street, there’s no part of town missing out on the “fun”. And it’s not just re-paving or patching potholes. Whole lanes are being ripped up with miles of digging in order to replace underground pipes of all varieties.
At first, I thought all the “weed” sales (pot is legal in Colorado) might be producing the influx of tax funds for all this construction. But a running buddy of mine made me aware of a bill that had passed in the last couple years which freed up an enormous amount of funds for these projects.
Turns out the city has a certain amount of time to spend the money. Based on the number of orange cones and “ROAD WORK AHEAD” signs, it looks as though no penny is being spared.
Millions of people are about to be disappointed –– they don’t even realize it.
Maybe you’re one of them.
Right now, around the world, people are setting new ambitious health goals and resolutions.
And yet, according to Inc Magazine, approximately 80% of New Year's resolutions fail. Most of them buried in an unmarked early grave by February.
Why is that?
How is it that despite all our best intentions and genuine desire to live healthier and be fitter, the most we can hope for is a depressing 20% success rate?
So to help you kickstart your New Year with a healthy lifestyle we are going to breakdown why most goals and resolutions fail and what to do instead.